With the release of the 64-core, 128-thread AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X monster, many local and global records have been broken on the HWBot platform. But as a rule, the results of the first week quickly outperform more experienced and trained overclockers, who are more thorough in their bench sessions and are in no hurry.
And today, the American overclocker Splave set a world record with a Threadripper 3990X processor overclocked to 5400.6 MHz:
To win three gold medals in the wPrime – 1024m discipline (first place in the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X rank, first among 64-core processors and first among chips with any number of cores/threads), the enthusiast used the top-end ASRock TRX40 Taichi motherboard, a set of four 8 GB G.SKILL F4-3800C14-8GTZN memory sticks and two Enermax Maxtytan power supplies with a capacity of 1250 watts.
The result was 11 seconds, 541 milliseconds:
If you believe CPU-z (which is a very dubious activity), the voltage across the cores was 1,500 volts. At the same time, the RAM operated at a frequency of 3600 MHz with timings of 12-12-12-35 with CR 1T.
Source: Record page on the HWBot website